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Monthly Archives: July 2015

“Love” Your Body: Tennis Style

If you live near the District than you have already seen the preparations for the upcoming Citi Open, the tune up ATP 500 tennis tournament that takes place in Rock Creek Park every year. Since 1969 Washington, D.C. has been home to this tournament, hosting tennis players from all over the world and of all … Read More

Smart Watches and Driving

They are the hip new accessory, watches that tell time, take step counts, monitor heartbeats, and now even text, George Jetson’s miraculous technology come to life. However, could these nifty devices be too distracting for drivers?   Distracted driving is quickly becoming a leading cause of automobile accidents in America. From texting to picture taking, … Read More

“Michael “Squints” Palledorous Walked a Little Taller That Day”

We’ve all thought about trying it. You’re at the pool and that one scene from “The Sandlot”, when “Squints” tricks Wendy Peffercorn into giving him mouth-to-mouth, is running through your mind. However, as great as that scene is, it plants the seed of complacency around pools. School’s out for summer, and now pools could become … Read More

Selfies: the Ugly Truth

Summer is upon us and to the tried and true inhabitants of the DC Metro, Northern Virginia area that means one thing: tourists. More pedestrian traffic, more lines at our favorite restaurants and monuments, and now, more selfies. For example, you’re walking down by the Washington Monument enjoying the oppressive humidity when someone stops suddenly … Read More

What So Proudly We Hailed

Independence Day is very nearly upon us! Time for barbeques, fireworks, picnics, and baseball. But what does this day really mean to Americans? When the haunting tunes of the “Star-Spangled Banner” waft through crowds at the Nationals Game or “Proud to be an American” spits from static-y radio speakers on the country station, what do … Read More

Become the Master, Student Does

Education never ends. Every day we learn something new, whether it be how to properly sauté onions, how to turn the flashlight on our iPhone, or how to say “Where is the bathroom?” in Turkish. (For the record it’s “Nerede banyo”.) This goes for professionals as well. An attorney’s education does not cease once they’ve … Read More